Osprey nesting on cell towers can cause countless hours of lost revenue, impact customer service, and cost significant dollars in monitoring costs. Likewise, vultures congregating on cell towers are unsightly, affect the environmental health, and cause damage to equipment.
The BDT patent-pending effigy system is the first solution to effectively deter ospreys from nesting and vultures from congregating on cell towers with minimal repetitive costs.
Deterring Vultures on Cell Towers
Unsightly vultures congregate on and around a cell tower site cause massive amounts of damage not only to the towers but to the surrounding communities, up a 25 mile radius. BDT calculates the number and position of our patent-pending vulture effigies for optimum coverage of the tower. Then, our certified tower climbers will place the vulture effigies on the site to mitigate the vulture roosting problem.
Deterring Osprey from Cell Towers
Cell sites that host osprey for nesting season causes countless hours
of lost revenue and expenses of monitoring both the beginning and
the ending of the nesting season. Cell tower maintenance is restricted significantly during these months of breeding and nesting seasons. BDT offers two types of eagle effigies, roosting in a nest and standing its territorial ground.
The BDT Osprey Deterrent solution includes the eagle effigy, all of the hardware necessary for installation, including the humane deterrence sign for the gate at each site, and installation.
The BDT Vulture Deterrent solution includes multiple vulture effigies, all of the brackets and hardware necessary for installation, the human deterrence signage, and installtion.
- 1 year manufacturing warranty
- Manufactured by an ISO 9001: 2015 certified company.
- The bird is made of a UV rated urethane with a stainless steel internal structure.
- All brackets for connection are brackets currently being used in the cell industry.
- End-to-end management of the entire process by BDT
- Single purchase order
- We use your authorized tower techs
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